Shereena Qazi

Shereena Qazi

Shereena is an online journalist with Al Jazeera English. She covers stories in Afghanistan and Pakistan and reports on war, conflict, militancy, politics and human rights.

Afghanistan

Afghans demand justice amid attempt to probe war crimes at ICC

Man who lost wife and seven children in US air strike among many victims of violence who are seeking answers.

Afghans demand justice amid attempt to probe war crimes at ICC

Afghanistan

Afghanistan presidential election: Polls open amid tight security

About 9.6 million Afghans are registered to vote in key presidential poll amid threats of violence from Taliban.

Afghanistan presidential election: Polls open amid tight security

Afghanistan

Afghans set to vote in presidential polls as Taliban threat looms

About 9.6 million voters are registered to take part in Saturday's key election to decide the fate of 14 candidates.

Afghans set to vote in presidential polls as Taliban threat looms

Afghanistan

Afghanistan's presidential election: All you need to know

The fourth presidential polls since the Taliban's fall in 2001 will be held amid security concerns over rising violence.

Afghanistan's presidential election: All you need to know

Afghanistan

Trump cancels Taliban talks: What does it mean for Afghanistan?

US president says he called off secret meetings with the Taliban and Afghan president, cancels peace negotiations.

Trump cancels Taliban talks: What does it mean for Afghanistan?

Afghanistan

Afghans seek justice for men killed 'in cold blood' by spy agency

President Ghani orders inquiry into killing of 4 brothers in Nangarhar province by CIA-funded intelligence agency.

Afghans seek justice for men killed 'in cold blood' by spy agency

Asia

US and Taliban 'close' to a peace deal: Afghan group's spokesman

Taliban's political spokesman in Qatar says the two sides 'close' to finalising an agreement that ends the 18-year war.

US and Taliban 'close' to a peace deal: Afghan group's spokesman

Afghanistan

Crucial talks between the US and Taliban begin in Doha

Regular meetings have been held in Doha since October aimed at ending 18 years of military intervention in Afghanistan.

Crucial talks between the US and Taliban begin in Doha

Pakistan

Brother of Afghan Taliban leader killed in Pakistan mosque blast

Two Taliban sources confirm Haibatullah Akhunzada's sibling was killed in bomb explosion during Friday prayers.

Brother of Afghan Taliban leader killed in Pakistan mosque blast

Afghanistan

'Peace deal is near': What we know so far about US-Taliban talks

Eighth round of talks ends without announcement of agreement; two sides to consult respective leaderships on next steps.

'Peace deal is near': What we know so far about US-Taliban talks

Afghanistan

Swedish-run clinics stay shut in Afghanistan for fifth day

Closure of facilities forced by Taliban after Afghan forces raided NGO-run hospital in Daimirdad district last week.

Swedish-run clinics stay shut in Afghanistan for fifth day

Asia

Air, ground attacks kill civilians hours after Afghans talk peace

Children among a dozen killed in twin attacks as Afghan leaders and Taliban commit to 'zero' civilian deaths in Qatar.

Air, ground attacks kill civilians hours after Afghans talk peace